Xenics highlights their infrared imaging expertise for Latin America at FIDAE in Chile

Xenics highlights their infrared imaging expertise for Latin America at FIDAE in Chile

24/02/2014

Xenics is attending FIDAE 2014 to highlight their expertise in developing and supplying high resolution infrared modules and cameras for use under all weather conditions to increase situational awareness.

The Xenics outdoor infrared security cameras, such as the Meerkat-Fix, Meerkat-PTZ and Meerkat- Mobile, benefit from features such as extreme weather proofing (up to IP 69), the implementation of various video transmission standards, compression algorithms and a broad range of short and long range lenses. The cameras can be easily configured by the customer to ensure that the solution is always the right one for the required situation.

Xenics’ airborne systems can be installed on manned and unmanned aircrafts. The Pumair series, gyro-stabilized gimbals, are suitable for fixed wing and rotary aircraft deployment. 

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Xenics at FIDAE 2014: introducing new infrared products to the Latin-American market Xenics attends the International Air and Space Fair, FIDAE in Santiago, Chile. FIDAE is the ideal venue to introduce new products to government and security system communities. (2014)

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